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Business loans for high-risk industries
Where and how to get financing if lenders think your industry is too risky.
Even if you’ve been in business for a few years, have excellent credit and are turning a profit, your business still might struggle to qualify for a loan if it’s part of a high-risk industry. Traditional lenders like banks don’t want to take the chance that your business might fold before you can pay back your loan. While your options are limited, you still have a few to choose from.
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